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  • I will use this for a check-up sheet and a busy sheet for more able English students in my class.

    , Apr 3rd
  • Good resource for checking up on understanding of types of adjectives.

    , Oct 26th
    • Hi BaraCam,
      It's great to hear you like the resource - Thanks for sharing! :)

      , Oct 26th
  • lovely resource

    , Sep 29th
  • for Big writing lesson

    , Feb 25th
  • This will be used for my LA GPS group. Thank you very much. It is exactly what I'm looking for.

    , Sep 26th

    , Jun 22nd
    • Hi abbydownes,
      Thank you for your feedback! I'm really glad we could help :)

      , Jun 22nd
  • EAL resource

    , Apr 19th
  • To work with definition them to sort them out. Looking how to create one or find one as a bingo.

    , Mar 14th
  • additional resource

    , Jan 30th
  • additional to the work we are build /working alone on it.

    , Jan 12th
Sorting Adjectives Activity Sheet

Sorting Adjectives Activity Sheet - This great synonym worksheet has a variety of different adjectives for your children to sort into different boxes according to their meaning. Can you children find all the alternative words for small, nice, happy, sad, big, and scary?
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